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1 : Women’s Empowerment Principles Surendra K. Kaushik
2 : Women’s Empowerment Principles The Women’s Empowerment Principles were launched on 9 March 2010 in celebration of International Women's Day at a day-long conference in New York for business, civil society, Government academia and the UN to explore the application of the Principles in various contexts. In brief, the Principles are:
3 : Women’s Empowerment Principles 1. Establish high-level corporate leadership for gender equality. 2.Treat all women and men fairly at work – respect and support human rights and nondiscrimination. 3. Ensure the health, safety and well-being of all women and men workers. 4. Promote education, training and professional development for women.
4 : 5. Implement enterprise development, supply chain and marketing practices that empower women. 6. Promote equality through community initiatives and advocacy. 7. Measure and publicly report on progress to achieve gender equality.
5 : Mrs. Helena Kaushik Women’s College
6 : The Honoree Helena Kaushik
7 : The Founders Mrs. Helena Kaushik and Dr. Surendra Kaushik
8 : Timeline of 1999-2012 Inauguration of the college on August 4, 1999
9 : Timeline of 1999-2012 Foundation stone laying ceremony for the new academic hall on February 21, 2000
10 : Timeline of 1999-2012 Foundation stone laying ceremony for Residence Hall, July 15, 2000
11 : Timeline of 1999-2012 Inauguration of John Dorr Science Lab and Nell Dorr Art Gallery by former Congressman Richard Ottinger in January 2002
12 : Timeline of 1999-2012 The Chief Guest Dr. Girija Vyas at the first international conference in the college, January 18, 2002
13 : Timeline of 1999-2012 Community development activities in the college for the benefit of local women January 2002 March 2002
14 : Timeline of 1999-2012 The completed academic hall, April 2002
15 : First Commencement 2002 Prof. K. L. Kamal lighting the lamp Student Valedictorian
16 : First Commencement 2002 Inauguration of the guest house by Prof. K. L. Kamal, Vice- Chancellor, University of Rajasthan, July 19, 2002
17 : Graduation 2010
18 : A Nigerian delegation headed by Mrs. Nnenna G. Ihejirika visiting the college on July 16, 2011
19 : Graduates of the Class of 2011 (More than 900 have graduated from 2002 to 2011
20 : Presentation of Diploma to a Graduate in 2011
21 : Conclusion Education Empowers. Education Creates Human Rights. Education Builds Human Capital in Women. Human Capital Empowers Women. Empowerment Reduces Gender Inequality. Women’s Empowerment is Necessary for Human Progress.
22 : DONATIONS Please make generous “tax-deductible” donations to the College. Make checks payable to: Helena Kaushik Education Foundation P.O. Box 234 Briarcliff Manor, NY-10510 A receipt will be mailed to the donor promptly.
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